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8.5” Tara Statue
US$ 425.00
Speciality: 8.5” Tara Statue Made of Bronze Alloy with 24 Karat Bronze Alloy which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 8.5” Tara Sculpture is made from Bronze Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Tara – The Female Buddha
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Tara is a female Buddha, a manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Tara is our common mother, our Holy Mother. When we are young we turn to our worldly mother for help. She protects us from immediate dangers, provides us with all our temporal needs, and guides and encourages us in our learning and personal development. In the same way, during our spiritual growth we need to turn to our Holy Mother, Tara, for refuge. She protects us from all internal and external dangers, she provides us with all the necessary conditions for our spiritual training, and she guides us and inspires us with her blessings as we progress along the spiritual path.

`Tara' means `Rescuer'. Tara is so called because she rescues us from the eight outer fears (the fears of lions, elephants, fire, snakes, thieves, water, bondage, and evil spirits), and from the eight inner fears (the fears of pride, ignorance, anger, jealousy, wrong views, attachment, miserliness, and deluded doubts). Temporarily Tara saves us from the dangers of rebirth in the three lower realms, and ultimately she saves us from the dangers of samsara and solitary peace.
 
8.75” Vajradhar Shakti Statue
US$ 425.00
Speciality: This Vajradhar Shakti Statue is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form which is antiquated to give an antique look.
8.75” Vajradhar Shakti Statue or Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form which is antiquated to give an antique look. This 8.75” Oxidized Copper Alloy Vajradhar Shakti Sculpture is hand carved by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal who have been in the business from generations.

Vajradhar Shakti – The Primordial Buddha
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Vajradhar is the primordial Buddha, the dharmakaya buddha. Vajradhar, depicted as dark blue in color, expresses the quintessence of buddhahood itself. Vajradhar represents the essence of the historical Buddha's realization of enlightenment. Historically, Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree in Bodhgaya over 2500 years ago and then manifested as the Buddha. According to Buddhist cosmology, he was the Fourth Historic Buddha of this fortunate eon. Prince Siddhartha's achievement of enlightenment, the realization, or wisdom of enlightenment itself, is called the dharmakaya, the body of truth. When he expresses that realization through subtle symbols, his realization is called the sambhogakaya, the body of enjoyment. When such realization manifested in more accessible or physical form for all sentient beings as the historical Shakyamuni Buddha, it is called the nirmanakaya, the body of manifestation.

The dharmakaya, synonymous with Vajradhar Buddha, is the source of all the manifestations of enlightenment. Vajradhar is central to the Kagyu lineage because Tilopa received the vajrayana teachings directly from Vajradhar, the dharmakaya buddha. Thus, the Kargyudpa lineage originated from the very nature of buddhahood. The Kargyudpa lineage of Tibetan Buddhism begins with the Buddha Vajradhar. The individual in this tradition is allowed to visualize his root Guru as Buddha Vajradhar. Guru Tilopa is said to have received Mahamudra instruction directly from Budhda Vajradhar through visions and other extraordinary means. In Nispannayogavali, Vajradhar is the main deity in Vajrasattvamandala. Vajradhar is three faced, six armed and reddish white in color. His right arm hold a vajra, a sword and a kapala and his left hands hold a bell, and ankush and a noose. Vajradhar stands in the Ardhaparyanka posture and dances in Tandava style.

In this form of Vajradhar Shakti, Vajradhar is shown with his consort and Vajradhar is shown his right hand holding the dorje (symbolizing “method”), his left hand holding the bell (symbolizing wisdom), and the two hands crossed his chest expressing complete integration of Prajna and Upaya. Vajradhar is usually depicted in blue color in Vajraparyanka posture. Vajradhar has a crown, an Urna and an Ushnisha as of a Sambhogakaya Buddha. Vajradhar is also depicted in father-mother (Aaju-Aji in Newari) aspect. Then he holds his usual symbols while his arms are crossed at back of his consort. The consort is non other than Prajnaparamita in deified form.
 
8.5” Guru Tsongkhapa Statue
US$ 425.00
Speciality: This Guru Tsongkhapa Statue is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form with Gold applied which is antiquated to give an antique look.
8.5” Guru Tsongkhapa Statue or Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form with Gold applied which is antiquated to give an antique look. This 8.5” Oxidized Copper Alloy with Gold Guru Tsongkhapa Sculpture is hand carved by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal who have been in the business from generations.

Guru Tsongkhapa – The Founder of Gelukpa School
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Tsongkhapa is the founder of the Gelukpa School and is the central figure in their Refuge Tree. Tsongkhapa is dressed as a monk and wears the yellow pandita hat this lineage has become associated with. After studying with a reported forty five masters, he founded the Gelukpa School in 1409 that emphasized monastic discipline. One of his students, Gedundrup was retrospectively recognized as the first Dalai Lama, an emanation of Avalokitesvara. The fifth Dalai Lama consolidated Tibet politically and spiritually and became its leader. Tsongkhapa is an emanation of Manjushri and he is often depicted with Shakyamuni Buddha in his heart. The Gelukpa Order has the greatest number of adherents of any of the lineages.
 
7.5” Guru Rinpoche Statue
US$ 425.00
Speciality: This Guru Rinpoche Statue is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form with Gold applied which is antiquated to give an antique look.
7.5” Guru Rinpoche Statue or Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form with Gold applied which is antiquated to give an antique look. This 7.5” Oxidized Copper Alloy with Gold Guru Rinpoche Sculpture is hand carved by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal who have been in the business from generations.

Guru Rinpoche – The Precious Master
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Guru Rinpoche also Guru Padmasambhava, the Precious Master — is revered throughout the Himalayan ranges as a Second Buddha. Invited from India in the eighth century to subjugate the forces inhibiting the spread of Shakyamuni's teachings, Guru Rinpoche managed to transform hitherto hostile powers into guardians and protectors of the pure dharma and, in the process, left an indelible mark on the entire Himalayan region. In quite a literal sense, Guru Rinpoche's mark is to be found throughout the Himalayan ranges in and around the many caves Guru Rinpoche used for meditation. At these sites one can still see handprints and footprints of the Precious Master impressed into solid rock, mute testimony to the extraordinary power this fully accomplished yogi and tantric magician exercised over the external and internal elements. Now, in the pure depth of the heavens, Vajrasattva, allowing the Metamorphic Body to be seen, seared upon an elephant, holding a golden vajra to his heart with his right hand, and with his left hand holding a silver bell at his side, crowned with the ornaments of the Five Transcendent Buddhas, his body covered with all the perfect ornaments, decorated with bones at the shoulders, at the wrists, and at the ankles, brilliant with the white glitter of crystal. Perfectly learned in the Mahayoga, Vajrasattva reveals as a dwelling the celestial palace of the three Baskets, reveals as gods and goddesses the whole internal essence, reveals as Mantra the entire murmur of the words, reveals as enchantments everything which is of body, speech, and mind. And Guru Rinpoche sets forth the Tantras of the Mahayoga, which are, according to the whole classification, five hundred thousand, and the whole of which forms the eighteen root Tantras.

In this 7.5” Guru Rinpoche Sculpture, Guru Rinpoche embodies the ultimate attainment of the Vajrayana and the power, both temporal and spiritual, associated with this peerless attainment. These powerful attributes show Guru Rinpoche wearing an expression of great force and concentration while holding various implements of power such as the Vajra scepter, skull – cup and trident staff called Kathvanga. His right hand brandishes a Vajra, while the left hand, resting on his lap, supports the Vase of immortality. Guru Rinpoche is dressed not only in the robes of a monk but also in the garments of a king to indicate that Guru Rinpoche is a member of both worldly and religious royalty.
 
9” Guru Padmasambhava Statue
US$ 410.83
Speciality: This beautiful 9” Guru Padmasambhava Statue made from Oxidized Copper Alloy using Lost Wax Technique which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 9” Oxidized Copper Alloy Guru Padmasambhava Sculpture is made from Oxidized Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan using Lost Wax method who has been in this business from generations.

Guru Padmasambhava
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Guru Padmasambhava is popularly known as Guru Rinpoche, the precious teacher. Guru Padmasambhava was a powerful Tantric Buddhist Master who was invited to Tibet in the eighth century to diffuse the Buddhism in Tibet. Guru Padmasambhava subdued many harmful influences and forces that hindered the spread of compassionate teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni. Through his miraculous powers and enlightened experiences, he taught many disciples who came out to be perfect masters of Tantric Buddhism. He is said to have twenty-five great disciples who were instrumental in preserving the sacred teachings of Lord Buddha till today through their various manifestations.

Guru Rinpoche is said to have eight manifestations called Guru Tsangye in peaceful and wrathful postures. Through them he caused Vajrayana dharma to spread widely in Nepal, India, Bhutan and Tibet. Guru Rinpoche is revered as founder of Nyingma or ancient tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetans believe Guru Rinpoche is no different from Shakyamuni Buddha himself.

Guru Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpoche’s body is depicted as golden in color. His hat is usually red. So Nyingmapa is generally called red hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Guru Padmasambhava wears different robes of differing colors symbolizing his enlightened experiences and attainments. Guru Padmasambhava inner garment is white symbolizing clear light aspect of his mind and the outer garment is of a red color which means he has deep and great compassion for all sentient beings. His outermost coat is brown symbolizing his renunciation. Guru Padmasambhava is seated upon a lotus of alternating blue with red and green with orange petals.
 
6.75” Dolma Statue
US$ 425.00
Speciality: This Dolma Statue is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form which is antiquated to give an antique look which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
6.75” Dolma Statue or Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form which is antiquated to give an antique look. This 6.75” Oxidized Copper Alloy Dolma Sculpture is hand carved by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal who have been in the business from generations.

Dolma also Green Tara – THE PROTECTRESS
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Green Tara is regarded as spiritual consort of Amoghasiddhi, the Dhyani Buddha. Green Tara is portrayed similar to that of the White Tara. One can find the difference only in her left hand which holds a half – closed lotus or water – lily flower with long petals which is often blue. In the Lamaeist Tradition, Tara is incarnated in all good women. Green Tara is also to have mortal base in historic persons of the Nepali and Chinese princess who married the great king Srong – Tsong Gampo and credited with the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet and China. Green Tara vowed "until Samsara is empty, I shall work for benefit of sentient beings in a woman's body". Green Tara is worshipped, because she brings all good women.

This 6.75” Green Tara is seated on a lotus rising out of a lake. Dressed in fine silk and rainbow – colored stockings, Green Tara holds in each hand a blue Utpala flower. Green Tara sits in Lalita asana (sitting position) with her right leg extended ready to assist those who ask her help.
 
8” Drolma Statue
US$ 425.00
Speciality: This Drolma Statue is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form which is antiquated to give an antique look which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
8” Drolma Statue or Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy in Oxidized form which is antiquated to give an antique look. This 8” Oxidized Copper Alloy Drolma Sculpture is hand carved by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal who have been in the business from generations.

Drolma also Green Tara – THE PROTECTRESS
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Green Tara is regarded as spiritual consort of Amoghasiddhi, the Dhyani Buddha. Green Tara is portrayed similar to that of the White Tara. One can find the difference only in her left hand which holds a half – closed lotus or water – lily flower with long petals which is often blue. In the Lamaeist Tradition, Tara is incarnated in all good women. Green Tara is also to have mortal base in historic persons of the Nepali and Chinese princess who married the great king Srong – Tsong Gampo and credited with the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet and China. Green Tara vowed "until Samsara is empty, I shall work for benefit of sentient beings in a woman's body". Green Tara is worshipped, because she brings all good women.

This 8” Green Tara is seated on a lotus rising out of a lake. Dressed in fine silk and rainbow – colored stockings, Green Tara holds in each hand a blue Utpala flower. Green Tara sits in Lalita asana (sitting position) with her right leg extended ready to assist those who ask her help.
 
9” Guru Rinpoche Statue
US$ 440.58
Speciality: This fine quality Guru Rinpoche Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Fully Gold Gilded and is hand crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 9” Guru Rinpoche Statue made from Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Fully Gold Gilded which is hand carved by the experienced artists from Patan, Nepal.

Guru Rinpoche – The Precious Master
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Guru Rinpoche also Guru Rinpoche, the Precious Master — is revered throughout the Himalayan ranges as a Second Buddha. Invited from India in the eighth century to subjugate the forces inhibiting the spread of Shakyamuni's teachings, Guru Rinpoche managed to transform hitherto hostile powers into guardians and protectors of the pure dharma and, in the process, left an indelible mark on the entire Himalayan region. In quite a literal sense, Guru Rinpoche's mark is to be found throughout the Himalayan ranges in and around the many caves Guru Rinpoche used for meditation. At these sites one can still see handprints and footprints of the Precious Master impressed into solid rock, mute testimony to the extraordinary power this fully accomplished yogi and tantric magician exercised over the external and internal elements. Now, in the pure depth of the heavens, Vajrasattva, allowing the Metamorphic Body to be seen, seared upon an elephant, holding a golden vajra to his heart with his right hand, and with his left hand holding a silver bell at his side, crowned with the ornaments of the Five Transcendent Buddhas, his body covered with all the perfect ornaments, decorated with bones at the shoulders, at the wrists, and at the ankles, brilliant with the white glitter of crystal. Perfectly learned in the Mahayoga, Vajrasattva reveals as a dwelling the celestial palace of the three Baskets, reveals as gods and goddesses the whole internal essence, reveals as Mantra the entire murmur of the words, reveals as enchantments everything which is of body, speech, and mind. And Guru Rinpoche sets forth the Tantras of the Mahayoga, which are, according to the whole classification, five hundred thousand, and the whole of which forms the eighteen root Tantras.

In this 9” Guru Rinpoche Sculpture, Guru Rinpoche embodies the ultimate attainment of the Vajrayana and the power, both temporal and spiritual, associated with this peerless attainment. These powerful attributes show Guru Rinpoche wearing an expression of great force and concentration while holding various implements of power such as the Vajra scepter, skull – cup and trident staff called Kathvanga. His right hand brandishes a Vajra, while the left hand, resting on his lap, supports the Vase of immortality. Guru Rinpoche is dressed not only in the robes of a monk but also in the garments of a king to indicate that Guru Rinpoche is a member of both worldly and religious royalty.
 
13" Manjushri Statue
US$ 413.67
Speciality: This 13” Manjushri Statue is made from Partly Gold Gilded Copper Alloy which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This hand carved Partly Gold Gilded Copper Alloy 13” Manjushri Sculpture is crafted by our experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Manjushri – Bodhisattva of Wisdom
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Manjushri is known as the Bodhisattva of Wisdom and is the bodhisattva counterpart to Adi Buddha (Thogmai Sangye), the Primordial Buddha. Manjushri is the tutelary deity of astrology and generally the protector of students. Manjushri is often considered to be the Buddha's incarnate wisdom. In his right hand Manjushri holds the flaming double sword of analytic discrimination to annihilate ignorance, the fundamental cause of cyclic existence and suffering. The left hand holds a blue lotus surmounted by the book of transcendent wisdom, the Prajnaparamita sutra. Manjushri is surrounded by over a hundred similar golden manifestations, symbolizing the universality of the Bodhisattva of Wisdom. Manjushri, whose worship confers mastery of the Dharma and he is considered the founder of Kathmandu. Originally, the Kathmandu valley was a lake where Vipaswi Buddha threw some lotus seeds. One of these seeds grew into a thousand petalled lotus flower from which shone a five colored light representing the five Buddhas. With his flaming sword of wisdom, Manjushri cut through the valley walls and the light came to rest on the peak at Swayambhu.

This Manjushri Sculpture seated on a lotus and holds blue lotus surmounted by the book of transcendent wisdom, the Prajnaparamita sutra.
 
12.5” Aparmita Statue
US$ 413.67
Speciality: This 12.5” Aparmita Statue is beautifully carved Partly Gold Gilded with Gold Painted Face which is crafted by the experienced artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 12.5” Partially Gold Gilded Aparmita Statue is made from Copper Alloy with Partially Gold Gilded Statue or Sculpture with Gold Painted Face which is crafted by our experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Aparmita – THE BUDDHA OF INFINITE LIGHT
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Aparmita is the name given to Amitabha in his character of bestower of longevity. Aparmita may be turned either a “Crowned Buddha or a Bodhisattva and is therefore richly clad and wears the thirteen ornaments. His hair is painted blue and falls on either side to his elbows or may be curiously coiled. Aparmita is seated like Buddha and his hands lie on his lap in Dhyana Mudra holding the ambrosia vase, his special emblem. The vase is richly decorated and from the cover fall four strings of beads which represent sacred pills. In the preliminary worship, the pills made from buttered dough and the ambrosia brewed from spirit or beer and offered in a skull bowl to the great image of Aparmita. The lama then places a vajra on the ambrosia vase, which the image of Amitayus holds in its lap, and applies a cord, which is attached to the vajra, his own heart. The wine in the ambrosia vase is then consecrated and the people partake of it as well as of the sacred pills with the firm conviction that there lives will be prolonged through their faith in Aparmita.

In this 12.5” Aparmita Sculpture Aparmita is seated like Buddha and his hands lie on his lap in Dhyana Mudra holding the ambrosia vase, his special emblem. The vase is richly decorated and from the cover fall four strings of beads which represent sacred pills. Aparmita wears the thirteen ornaments and his hair is painted blue and falls on either side to his elbows or may be curiously coiled.
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